Furthur Live at NATEVA Main Stage 1 on 2010-07-04
NATEVA Music and Camping Festival
Main Stage #1
recording, editing, mastering and transfer by C McGilvray of LSR.
01 Bob's sunset announcement
03 Sampson & Delilah
04 Mississippi Half Step Uptown Toodleloo >
05 Cold Rain & Snow >
06 Ramble On Rose
07 Masterpiece >
08 Cumberland Blues
09 Casey Jones
01 St Stephen >
03 Dear Mr Fantasy >
04 Eyes Of the World >
05 Days Between >
06 Help On The Way >
07 Slipknot! >
08 Franklin's Tower >
09 Goin Down The Road Feelin Bad >
10 We Bid You Goodnight
11 Phil organ donor rap
12 US Blues
Bob Weir guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh bass, vocals
Jeff Chimenti keyboards, vocals
John Kandlecik guitar, vocals
Joe Russo drums
Sunshine Becker vocals
Jeff Pehrson vocals
Collection FurthurBand/Artist FurthurVenue NATEVA Main Stage 1Location Oxford, MESource Behringer C2 ORTF right side of SBD (11 ft stand height) > Marantz PMD-660 (48 kHz, 16 bit, .wav, -20db input atten) > CF1Lineage CF1 > USB > CoolEdit Pro 2.0 > flac level 8 48kHz 16 bitTaped by C. McGilvray (firstname.lastname@example.org)Transferred by C. McGilvray (email@example.com)
i noticed only in headphones after finishing the edits a slight ticking in the right channel, audible at only the quietest moments. not known at time of upload whether it is my equipment, or the wireless signal from the iclips cameraman next to the stand.
Thank you Nateva crew, and to Furthur for finishing the best long weekend of the Best Summah Evah!
1 in ten thousand
July 18, 2010
Good show here, certaintly not one of the best of the Summer, but solid nonetheless. The previous reviewer explained most of it pretty well. It was a special "You had to be there" type of moment when Bobby pointed out the sunset to crowd. Never forget that.
1st set featured a lot of Garcia songs, and a very nice version of Cumberland Blues. What I noticed most during the 1st set was the segues from song to song and the transition jams. Check out Half Step>CRAS>Ramble on Rose. FLAWLESS, smooth transitions.
2nd set opened up with a monsterous St Stephen, possibly on of the best St Stephens since the Fat Man passed. Other highlights included Days Between with Bobby pouring his heart and soul into singing it, very moving. Also, very groovy Eyes.
Nice sounding recording, thanks.
July 17, 2010
FURTHUR @ NATEVA
FURTHUR took the stage as the sun set on the Maine woods and Bobby opened the show by telling his audience to turn our backs on him to enjoy the incredible sunset we were treated to. Props to Mother Nature.
I prefer FESTIVAL to the opener played tonight: CELEBRATION. SAMSON & DELILAH and MISSISSIPPI 1/2 step got the 1st set off the ground. COLD RAIN & SNOW kept the hippies' hips gyrating as did RAMBLE ON ROSE. Nothing spectacular here, all were well played.
Just when i thought we were in for a mediocre show, Bobby offered a splendid version of Dylan's MASTERPIECE. CUMBERLAND and CASEY JONES breathed a little life into the heat exhausted crowd as the set closed.
4 days of New England weather had toasted alot of attendees. 90 degrees during the day and 40's at night caught most campers ill prepared and their weariness was becoming obvious.
The ever popular ST. STEPHEN opened the 2nd set, but JACK STRAW was better played and more appropriate for the date, setting and crowd. DEAR MR. FANTASY did nothing for me, other than feed my Jerry / Brent Jones. EYES OF THE WORLD also very appropriate. DAZE BETWEEN is not a favorite among most heads, but i love Hunter's haunting lyrics in this song. I still get chills when i hear the line "All we ever wanted was to learn and love and grow" just like i did the 1st time i heard it at Cap Centre in '93. Energetic versions of HELP>SLIP>FRANK and GDTRFB were a stark contrast to the preceding ballad, but the crowd just had nothing left to return to the band. That became even more evident during WE BID YOU GOODNIGHT as the traditional hand claps overhead were thinly scattered throughout the sea of dehydrated campers & heads. Bobby apparently noticed the listlessness of his audience as he did the "zombie walk" (with arms out-stretched and vacant stare) when he took the stage for the obvious U.S. BLUES encore, followed by a lengthy and colorful fireworks display.